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2004.03.30

Psy-Geo Provflux

Psy-Geo Provflux is having a call for entries for a May 14-15 show in Providence, RI. Hosted by 2003 Conflux participants PIPS, the Provflux will be a "two day event investigating how the urban landscape of Providence affects its social and artistic community."

In addition to the object/project exhibition, PIPS is publishing a newpaper called Crosswalk. If you have psychogeographic content in literary form, please e-mail your submission to PIPS.

The deadlines for entries have been extended. Contact PIPS for exact details.

Project exhibition excerpt:

"Know any lost or forgotten spaces? The Psy-Geo Provflux is a two day event investigating how the urban landscape of Providence affects its social and artistic community.
PIPS is currently reviewing proposals for the Psy-Geo Provflux, which will take place in Providence from May 14-15. We're interested in public-space projects (drifts/derives, mapping experiments, fieldwork, mill tours, temporary installations, recycled materials projects, performances, interventions, mobile-tech/GPS projects, audio/visual works) as well as artist presentations, workshops and lectures that adddress issues of psychogeography."

Literary exhibition excerpt:

Crosswalk, a publication discussing current issues and events in urban psychogeography, will make its debut in conjunction with the Psy-Geo Provflux. The first issue will focus on defining psychogeography in the context of its affect on the creative process. It will feature the Provflux, including maps and schedules for the events, artist's statements, and general dialogue about how and why artists choose the city as the canvas for their work."

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